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A History of Blues Music

Blues is the name given to the musical form and the music genre that emerged from the African-American communities and the black cultural…
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Day Trips from Santa Fe

Santa Fe and its environs offer visitors plenty of sights and experiences. Using the City Different as a base, you…
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The Best Drives Near Santa Fe

Northern New Mexico is home to dozens of scenic byways with their own unique and gorgeous views. From the High…
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Fiesta de Santa Fe

For more than 300 years, every September, the Santa Fe Fiesta Council proudly invites people from all backgrounds to celebrate…
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Santa Fe International Folk Art Market

Immerse yourself in Santa Fe’s famous International Folk Art Market, the world’s largest exhibition and sale of works by master…
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Traditional Spanish Market

One of the highlights of the Santa Fe summer months is the Traditional Spanish Market, presented by the Spanish Colonial…
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Santa Fe Renaissance Faire

Every year in September the museum grounds at El Rancho de las Golondrinas are transformed into the Kingdom of Golondrinas,…
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Road Trip | Relive The Last Escape of Billy the Kid!

Lincoln Historic Site will once again come alive with the return of Old Lincoln Days and The Last Escape of…
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Fajada Butte in New Mexico

Midsummer Traditions: Celebrating the Longest Day of the year

Rituals celebrating the beginning and end of the seasons are as old as mankind. Among them is the age-old observance…
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A Short History of Easter Eats Around the World

The return of spring brings annual rites and traditions, including the celebration of Easter this coming Sunday. Officially a religious…
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The Early Days of Bolo Ties

Such is the story of the earliest bolo (or bola) ties, which starts around 1947. These early pieces are silver isosceles, trapezoid or…
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Why Does Rolling Stone Love Baron Wolman So Much?

Oct 6, 2020 - This week we learned that legendary photographer and Santa Fe resident Baron Wolman was in the…
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